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PostSubject: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:46 am

The Lower Mainland "AAA" playoffs in a grid or tree format is now posted at
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Thu Feb 24, 2011 1:49 am

Sportvictoria wrote:
The Lower Mainland "AAA" playoffs in a grid or tree format is now posted at
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Feb 23 updates have been made.
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PostSubject: Feb. 24 results   Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:43 am

Sportvictoria wrote:
The Lower Mainland "AAA" playoffs in a grid or tree format is now posted at
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Feb. 24 results are posted to the "tree".

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PostSubject: top 4   Fri Feb 25, 2011 3:21 am

The Zone winners didn't seem to have much trouble with any of their respective opponents. Semis should be extremely competitive.
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Fri Feb 25, 2011 5:35 pm

I was just looking at the AAA LM, the highest that Kits can finish is 3rd if I read the draw correctly. Of the
4 semi-finalists 1 team may not make it to Provincials if they loose 2 games straight.
This is a tough zone, but then again there are 5 births.
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Fri Feb 25, 2011 10:23 pm

Can anybody confirm if the LM committee or those above have granted Saints the play in game(s) to get to the BCs? They'd have to beat the 7th seed, 6th seed and 5th seed twice to get that 5th seed
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:35 am

r-macbball wrote:
Can anybody confirm if the LM committee or those above have granted Saints the play in game(s) to get to the BCs? They'd have to beat the 7th seed, 6th seed and 5th seed twice to get that 5th seed

From what I have heard, nothing has been decided yet. But it's a "hot potato" for sure.

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PostSubject: Feb. 25 results   Sat Feb 26, 2011 3:15 am

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The Lower Mainland "AAA" playoffs in a grid or tree format is now posted at
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Feb. 25 results are now up and added to the playoff tree.

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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Feb 26, 2011 12:47 pm

Question about how seeds to the provincials go. Lets say South has beat Tupper 3 times by an average of 25 points(NOT SAYING THEY HAVE). If Tupper beats South in the lower mainlands by 8 without Manroop (just an example) would Tupper be ranked higher than South? Is your provincial seeding based on LMS or the overall season?
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:15 pm

coachescorner wrote:
Question about how seeds to the provincials go. Lets say South has beat Tupper 3 times by an average of 25 points(NOT SAYING THEY HAVE). If Tupper beats South in the lower mainlands by 8 without Manroop (just an example) would Tupper be ranked higher than South? Is your provincial seeding based on LMS or the overall season?

I believe they ( Tupper ) would be ranked ahead in that situation . The fact that Clair wasnt playing would not have any say in the decision. at least thats the way i have heard it should work..
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:35 pm

bballer12 wrote:
coachescorner wrote:
Question about how seeds to the provincials go. Lets say South has beat Tupper 3 times by an average of 25 points(NOT SAYING THEY HAVE). If Tupper beats South in the lower mainlands by 8 without Manroop (just an example) would Tupper be ranked higher than South? Is your provincial seeding based on LMS or the overall season?

I believe they ( Tupper ) would be ranked ahead in that situation . The fact that Clair wasnt playing would not have any say in the decision. at least thats the way i have heard it should work..


BC "AAA" Provincial draws are always... shall we say... "interesting". They claim not to follow rankings when they do the draw, that zone placings are what matters. But I can tell you from first hand experience, that is not so. I can also tell you that "fairness" and "quality, integrity of the draw" are also out the window... also from first hand experience.

This is just observations from previous year's draws.

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PostSubject: Playoff results   Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:20 am

All results are posted the playoff tree at www.sportvictoria.com
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PostSubject: March of Madness   Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:13 pm


St. George's defeats #7 Byrne Creek 61-47 in first game of March of Madness. Next game against #6 David Thompson on Sunday. Saints must win 4 games in 4 days for a berth in BC Provincials.
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:16 pm

Mark Scott wrote:

St. George's defeats #7 Byrne Creek 61-47 in first game of March of Madness. Next game against #6 David Thompson on Sunday. Saints must win 4 games in 4 days for a berth in BC Provincials.

Go Saints - if they win 4 games in a row, they sure deserve to be in!!
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:27 pm

Mark Scott wrote:

St. George's defeats #7 Byrne Creek 61-47 in first game of March of Madness. Next game against #6 David Thompson on Sunday. Saints must win 4 games in 4 days for a berth in BC Provincials.

Did Kits already beat DT?
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PostSubject: St. George's over D Thompson   Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:39 pm


St. George's earns another win with 86-45 blow-out of #6 David Thompson. On to play Kitsilano next, which is the number 5 seed. Saints need to beat Kits twice back-to-back in the next two days to earn a berth in the provincials.
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:56 pm

I don't like this wildcad format. The Zone should've been more inclusive...and once the provincial body stepped in...they should've done more not to make a mockery of the format. Was there any incentive for Byrne Creek or DT to win?? Would they have moved on to play in the next game?? Just asking. If not, then why wouldn't St.George's directly play Kits??
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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:38 pm

Sim wrote:
I don't like this wildcad format. The Zone should've been more inclusive...and once the provincial body stepped in...they should've done more not to make a mockery of the format. Was there any incentive for Byrne Creek or DT to win?? Would they have moved on to play in the next game?? Just asking. If not, then why wouldn't St.George's directly play Kits??

Yes, they would have had an opportunity to challenge #5 Kits.
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PostSubject: Madness in March   Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:40 pm

The press release by the Lower Mainland High School Boys Basketball Association says the following about the format:

"..... there will be a backdoor tournament involving four “AAA” Lower Mainland teams to determine the fifth Lower Mainland berth to the Provincial “AAA” boy’s basketball tournament. The tournament will begin on Saturday March 5th with the St George’s Saints (Independent #2) taking on Lower Mainland #7 at 12:00pm at Notre Dame High School. The winner of this game will play Lower Mainland #6 at 12:00pm on Sunday March 6th at RC Palmer Secondary School. The winner of that game will then challenge Lower Mainland #5 on Monday March 7th at 7:30pm at Killarney Secondary School. If Lower Mainland #5 loses that game then a second game will take place at 7:30pm on Tuesday March 8th at a location yet to be determined with the winner advancing to the provincial tournament."

If the LMHSBB had its way, it would have barred St. George's from competing. The BCHSBBA stepped-in to force this extended four-games-in-four-days play-in tournament.

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PostSubject: Re: Lower Mainland "AAA" playoff grid/tree   Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:44 pm

Was there a game for 7th place? I don't remember seeing Byrne Creek and Churchill playing for seventh. Or did they just give Byrne Creek seventh because of a previous result between them?
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